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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
I.. `?, V . .. ` VZIE MS I MANNING STREET, KIAMA FOOTBALL .BOOTS Call and Inspect our New Season's Range Prices: MEN'S from,.... 20/9r. YOUTH'S from.. .. 19/,3 'pr . DANCING PUMPS New Stocks of a Good Wearing Line All Sizes-Prices . . ...21/3 pr. MEN'S BLACK SHOES We hiave just received from several goodd makers, quotas of good wearing shoes,' ii ,cluding a limited consignment of a High % Grade Kid and Calf Line. Made by MARSHALL'S OFFICER'S COSSACKS For 'Meni who do not need a heavy Work- -ing Boot-We can recommend this line. Price from .. .. .. . 23/6 pr. *, WINTER OVERCOATS ' All the latest styles now in stock See Stamina Trousers, Jantzen Outer w,,ear, Golden Fleece Underwear, Morley's and all the Best makes of Mercery and Clothing AT . . V. ZIEMS MANNING STREET TEL EPHONE 167 . K IAMA K- , Claude L. Knight, P.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., KIAMA PHONE KIA 7. Berry visited every Wednesday. Albion Park 1st & 3rd Tuesdays Dapto, Mondays 7.30 ...
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
CURRENT COUPON' ThIse (*oupIons"tn y _ be 'used a, TEA,-9-20 (9-12 expire Apiril 27;", 13216 e piire ,May 25; 17-20 expire June 22)'. ,New" dcotiponi, 21-24 :avail- able April. 28. ' ' ! SUGAR-S9-S10, (expi're July 20). New coupons S11i-S12 available: April. 28. BUTTER-13-15 '(expire-Apiil 27) -. New, coupons 16-18' available ,'April: 28. MEAT-Black 29-35, Green. 33- 3 (expire. April:; 27). .New coupons Black 36-39, Greeni 41: and 43 avail able ,April 28:. CL OTHING Z67-112 ,and 1',-5, (1947). Z57-112 expire' June 30" . PETROL-Feb-March- issue, clones country post offices gnd Fuel Board;, Mai;'ch 29. Coupons have double face'. vaiue. All pinl. special food coupons. 1945-46, will remain cflrrenft ,until June 30, 1947.
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
THE TIDES The following times are taken as at Fort Denison, Sydney. . Kiaina is. approximately .20 minutes later: APRIL Wednesday .16th: High 4.34 a.m., 5.30 p.m. Low 11.16 a.m., 11.5 p.min Thursday 17th: Higlh 5.25 a.m., 6.10 p.min. Low 11.57 a.m., 11.54 p.m. Friday 18th: High 6.10 a.m., 6.49 p.m. Low 12.34 p.m. ' 'Saturday 19th: High 6.54 a.m., 7.24 p.mn. Low 12.39 aam:, 1.9- p.m., Sunday 20th: High 7.35 a.m., 8 p.m. Low 1.24 a.m., 1.45 p.m. Monday 21st: High 8.16 a.mni., 8.39 p.m. Low 2.7 a.nt., 2.21 p.m. Tuesday .22nd: High 9 a.m., 9.19 p.nf.- Low 2.54 a.m., 3p.m. Wednesday 23rd: High 9.46 a.m., 10.1 p.m. Low 3.43 a.m., 3.40 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
NTE]D to uy of Golf Sticks. RinI Ia 122. PUBLIC NOTICE.: HE Business o RYAf & WAT KINS, Solici o,'"Kiama, will, in fuitur'be carri on u der the.name of RYAN, WATKINS 5& KEARNS, Solicitors; RETURN THANKS THE relative o' ie late Miss Jane D. ey thaik all friends for 'kindly sistan e, floral ttributes; and .,expressions sympathy . in tleii' recent berea ement. . MUNICIPALITY. F 'JAMBEROO. 4jPPLICATIONS' are invited for Sth'e position. bf Labduer : (1) and Worlking Ganger i(1) in thie emiploy of he above council. 1Godd condi tions. Five(5) day' week :one (1) week sick leave and T.wo (2). week's annual holiday pei .'yeai., Engineer upervision. Award wages. Close '17th April. J. BARTON, Council CTCambersk 'Jiinberoo,. 11/4/47' S TOBACCO AVAILABLE TOB CCO EST Quality CI A E TE PIPE, TOBACCO ay a 1in' in lb1 Packages at 2"/6 lb., jncluding reg istered post~'ge. ., Prmpt delivery. Forward remittance 'yvith ordei to SMOKERS' GI IT STORE';'. 347 Pitt Street,' SYDNEY W. G. SANDS...
R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Kiama Sub-branch [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
? r''k.... .S A I. "A ,r I II f' ý1 1 t 1. b ll h ý r Kiama ub branch ,ý li .' .,I ,:.' t .; :'I. ,,':, ', : ,'i .ý It. :: i')iiil/ :!'; '.&lt;;?! "? The monthly m?" eeting Qi' the'"`above' Suiran ich was held in the Cooin i C:hambeisa onu Thuisday, 'AikFpi when the following membersr were piesent C?l. Fuller, President," iii the: chai;h, Messi's: V. Edwai'ds', S. J Jairiatt;',H Bioýn, J ",Cairilc Sel edoor Cocks, A Ziens, '. Iye s,J. ,MedL calf, .G. ?escudc F. R. Ruse, ' PRob inson;. M Joyner, .' J J Blattman, Edwai ds;, P, Gould, P. J..Gale and 1 Dawes, I?Ion. Secrietiry ;, ,Messip,. ;Hairper aind Scot, ofiBon adei i y Hon Secretary and Dlegte of newly toinied Central Southern Sub Di strict Council 'alo 'weirepre senit.- The Pkresident extended ': a coirdial welcome to the visito?s,' who i.t i esponding gave an outline of the newly' foirmed :Sub-District which was, noow constituted and -:oing good woit'k in the districtt 'and pointed out. that the District Council .' as lr...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
;CRICKET', ' i!'''t The following are thp average o the Gei'ringng Frst Gidei team . fdor the 'season 19,$(#6,17 which °hi JU st :beeli completed. BATTING c1, No .Innhigs ',2, not. out;,' J.1high est- score; 4, aggregate 5;, average 12"3 4' 5 B. IBmery 1,3 1..102.: .023, 51':91~" V. Noble;,-. 3 2121. 151 41' 00'. L: Griahai .10 81 49 24 90 B: Dvery . 10 57 213'23 AN'`Nble ,. .. S 's' 2,5ý 62 20.,66 K Boxell 9. ,8 51 1 1.. A Ilion , 1' 55 " 16 37 o Emey I '1 627 13.0 L Mitchell S 2 23 6- 11: :00 N, Love. . 6. .. 1' 23 46 9:'20 Ki' Grahamll .. 3 1 15 1s 9,.00 B' M "~nyN .Geinuiill, 'R.Gr&ti-: ham, W Milleind ,D 'Wlialan. al'.so batted: , .BOWLING 1, Overs; 2, Maidens; 3, Riuns; 4, Wickets;' 5, Average. 1 2 3 4 5 A. Trevallion .26 4,. 40 8 5.00 E. Emery. 1103 .5 507 53 9'956 K. Boxsell .. 24 5. 79 , 7 11.28 B. McKenny, 6617 242' 19. 12.73 W. Bishop .. 32 5 180 12 15.00 B. Devery". . 2 15 1 15.00 L.' Mitchell '74 10 229 14 16v35 V. Noble .. '108 14 422' 25 : i6. 88 C. Emery'.. "...
GARTH W. DARE—10 MONTHS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
GARTH W.,' DARE-10 MONTHS R2sidents of Jamberoo were very sprry to learn of the death in Kiama District olIopital on Tuesday last of Garth Wallace, the Infant son of Mvr. and MIrs. Steve Dare, of Jam beeroo, at the age of 10 months, Sympathy. is extended to Mr.,. jnd Mrs. Dare and to their:. other two sons Timothy and Garriy in their '.bereavement. The funeral took place on Thurs day afternoon, after a service .in the Jamberoo Church of England, the Rector .(Rev. A. H. Edwards) officiating: Floral tributes were received from the following:- Muni and Dad; Timothy and Garry; Grandfatheir, Girandma and. Auntie Ettie (Buied with Casket).; Grandma Dare and ,Family; Unicle Bluie, Auntie ,Ivy, Eric; and Enid;l Uncle Hilton, Auntie Hilda, Hilton, Gwen, John and Ian; Auntie Alice and Arthur; Merle and Brucme (Bex ley North); Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Alexander and family; Owen and. Joan; Board,; of Directors Jamberoo Co-op. Dairy Society; The Employ ees Jaiberoo Co-op.. Dairy Society, Jainberoo :Su...
NEW £45,0000 BUILDING For Kiama Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
NEW £45,0009 BUILDING' For Kiama Hospital Erection of new buildings at the Kiama District. Hospital ,,to ' cost £4S,000' and providd a 'n ew nurses' home, additional ward occommoda tion anid essential services. was fav-' oured by the Hospitals Commission. t and, a r1eque*st ,has been made to -the Treasury. for funds to carry out the scheme. AIt was 'pait of a' proposai to, pro vide materinity 'iunit facilities'/at the,, hospial and was decided on after the previous scheme of using : the isolation .block: whs'abandoned.-' That was aninounced last week by the Member for Illawarrai (Mr. H. T. Fowles, 'M.L.A.), following . his, suiccessful ,negotiations with the" Minister for Health (Mr. Kelly)' Mr.. Fowles' took. up with the Minister the question of materinity unit accommodationi following the closing of the private hospital which ' had catered;,for the maternity; work of the district. ,As the oiinedr of the private hospital f the Minister: said, had ' iretired and I conyerted her prem...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
l'Is lday a Gerroa tei, Anne, 1d 1 Cliff Ty o A E Coper of G Trynon Mi andMrsBeatti ICt of ao' te is the gufestsM ofnd Mri C. A? an iinmt o eItial.i?a:;i f D?isat c HCoieot.g i maisiting';s'. Miss , , Beattie,. ofCol ncord"est, is spending a holidayi at Gei ingoni?: asthe guest'h ofMr. aid Mrs..- M liery of Fitziy. Seet:, Mrs. fl ]inery,' ci Foxground, is'" an Iinmate of ,the' K~iamia Distrlct°'., Hospital, Heii miany friends wish' her 'a speedy recoveiy. Misses. Annieand Nell' FDorde, 'of Young, ,are holidaying in Kiaina and tang;wihM.." MrJ cAullffe, of iFitzro~y - Street~
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
It Memoriam RADDIN-In lovi g memory of my dear husband, William Haddin, who passed a ay Sth April, 1945. M3emories are asures no one can steal, :Death le es a he rtache no one can heal, A silent thougs t brings many a tear, Of Bill I lost and loved so dear. -Inserted .by his loving wife Annie. HADDIN-In loving memory of our friend, Willi m Haddin, who pas sed away Stl April, 1945. "Dearest memories fond and. true, Remain in our earts dear .Bill for you."' -Inserted by ;Connie and family. HADDIN-In loving memory of 'my dear father, William Haddin, died SSth April, 1945. NMany a lonely heartache Often a silent tear, But always a bea tiful memory, Of one we lp4 so dear. -Inserted by his/loving:. daughter and son-in-law Bella and Cecil. HARRIS-In loving memory of my dear husband and ouir dear father, Lindsay, who passed. 'away 15th April, 1943. We are lonesome dear without you, And we are sad to-day, For life is not the same Since you have passed away. Some may.think we.- have forgotten...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
HURCH SER VICES ON SUNDAY NEXT PRESBYTERIAN-Klama 10 a iu atd 7.30 p.m.; Jamberoo 11.30 u.ni. rinnat?+??n a 3 p.3.-Rev H H, (hilds. CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Kianma i.45 ajmn (HC) 11 am,; (MP), .30 ",m. (EP, P~ieacher, Rev. R. C.. M.; Long,, B.A. Rural Dean); Fo groutind 10 a.m.. (HC); Gerringoug 11.15" a.m. (HO), 7.30 p.m. (EP)-Rev. S. A. S4ainstone, Rector. CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Albion" Park 7.15" p.m. Evensong-Rev. T. C.ee, Rector. SCHURCH OF º ENGLAND-Jam bieroo 11 a.m.; Shellhairbour 7.30 p.m. 'Rev. A. H. Edwards, Rector. ,,'CONGREGATIONAL-Gerrizigong 11 a.nm. and 7.30, p.m.--Rev. H. E. Lawson. -
YOUNG CUP DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
YOUN'G CUP DRAW. Following the first eliminat'on games on Saturday last; 4 teams were "knocked out" of the Young Cup competition. The semi-finals will be played on Saturday next as follows: Albion Park V. Gerringong at, Al blon Park. Berry v. Kiama at Berry. III P?'nted and Publ!ished by A. J. Weston. for the Proprietors: Weston & Co.,..Shoalhaven Street, Kioma, in the State of New South Wal :s.
OBITUARY SUZANNE BURKE—4 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
OBITUARY SUZANNE,,BURKE--4 YEARS. SThe t'ragic deathof little Slizanne .Elizabeth .Burke, foui'. '.eai' old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R: ;R Buirke, of Terralong Street>oin Wed nesday last, came: as a sliodk to all who kniew iher?' Oni WednesdIay ,:hlastf .hei' mothier v?s prepailng herisbath 'and ,placeil the tub of laot wtriter on :the floor. Suzanne, who wtas lplaying" in 'the: loom, overbalanded and: fell into 'the? ihot w ater and was scaldedo ,' She was taken to .Kianima Disftfiict Hospitalk but later, passeld away from~ the effects of 'shock. ' ' Sinceie 'sympathy` isa etended to; Mr. and Mris. Burke hin the loss of their only child. SThe funeral totok place ,,yesterday (Friday) after ;:a , service :in: tho Church o Englanid' Crti'ch, Kiamia, the Rector, (Rev; ;S. A., Mainstone) ofilciathig. Floral tributes .vere received fromi the following: . Mummie and paddie, Granny', and Pop, Auntie Un, and Uncle Ken (Buried with .'Casket) ; Hari'y and Kath Brown Uncle Neil and Auntie P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
O'LEARY'S .US will run to DOG MEETINGS at WOLLONGONG and DAPTO Berry Bus will run to all night meetings of the Dapto and Wollon gong Dogs . commencing Saturday night, 21st September, 1946. Leave Nowra-5 p.m. Return Fare 10/-. Leave Berry 5.30 p.m. Return Fare 8/-. Leave Gerringong 5.50 p.m. Return Fare 6/-. Return after last race. POSTS! POSTS!! HIGH GRADE 6 ft FENCING POSTS also Mixed Timber, mainly Blood wood and Ironbark. £8/15/- per 100 in loads of 200. D. O. SLATER BUY LOCKETT'S AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers. Green Sgrocers. Deliveries daily to Ki ama. Jamberoo and Shellbarlbour. Phone. 185. J. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong Street. . Phone 169. COOK .& DYER, Fruit and Confec tionery. Terralong Street, Kiama. Phone 173. HIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phone 92. CLEM 'KEIR, Manning Street. Cars washed and cleaned. O. H. BLAIR, Hairdresser and To bacconist. Razors and Soissors Sharpened. Manning Street. J. MANCY; Representat...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 April 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL A Commemoration Service will be held in Chi'ist; Church of England, Kiama, on Anzac Day (Friday, 25th inst.) Do you realise, the present Gov ernment is allowing the Refugees to get a strangle hold of our country, this must be stoli)ed, you can stop it on May 3rd. VOTE BUSH SOUTH COAST.-H. Reeve, Campaign Org aniser. In our, last issue we stated in our Personal Column that Mrs. C. Knight was visiting Tasmania. This was incorrect, it having been 'mixed up with another par. A. J. Campbell and. O'Gorman and Co., Auctioneers in conjunction, had a very successful cattle sale at Al blon Park on Friday. There was a large attendance of buyers including outside buyers. Competition was keen and over 200 head were dispos ed of at good prices. Calved cows brought £20/15/-, springers £19, fat hcifers £18/10/-, fat cows £17, fleshy cows £10, store cows £ 7/15/ bulls £12, 2-year-old heifers £13, yearling heifers £7/12/6, poddies £6. When ptiblishng a list of awards at the Ro...
KIAMA SOLDIER In Japan [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947
KIAMA SOLDIER In Japan Writing to the Secretary of the Kiama: Branch of the .Returned Sold iers League (Mri'. W. - G. Dawes), Sgt. Roy Tuohy, ,who , is 1with the British 'CommonwEalth Occupatioi Forces in Japan gives some idea of' the life of members of the A.I.F. stationed there. At the time of writing he was in hospital, but expected to be dis charged .within a day or two. "Life here in Japan remains much the same. The same little "sweet" smelling streets and their -equally "sweet" inhabitants.. The poor dependants are in for some .really lovely smells when they arrive., The earthquake, that I was lucky enough,to be so far away from, did , very little damage to Kure but the Southern Island' of Japan was hit fairly hard. Since arriving back I 'have' had, the experience of seeing everything in iny room jump up aild down' but luckily the damage was, nil. . The famous atom-city of' Hiro shima has taken on a new fade and every dawn shows signs of build ing activity. The people still sh...
SCHOOL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947
SCHOOL NOTES '* - BY "PREFECT".? ,Our good friends,. tile Parents Citizens' AsociatioIn have' decided to build iip our Library with a gift of ;£11 worth of new books.', Some of the childreli, particularly Eric :'Alex Sander, have also helped lately :by donating .Volumes which they have 'ead, to the School, so that their schoolmhnates lniay also read' them. SThe P. and. C have 'also 'decided', to purchase twvo sets of: football jer' S"seys in the Schools colours, and , School Flag for March Past and ceremonial. purposes. The Autuinn vacation conimences o01 Thursday, Sth May and school re sumes on Tuesday, 20th May.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947
KIAMA C.W.A. FLOWER SHOW AND ICALE SCHOoL F TS, KIAMA TUesday 2nd April CAKE C ETION .Special P$ of La-y's bag for plain Sponge (uni y filling). Exhibits to be in l t later than' I .p.m?i and nut be accompanied by a seal .??ronI?-nside tin '-. of A.unt. Mar;s ?B ing -~ ' r. Cakes td " becomne'the p per of Ktma C.W.A. FOOD FOR BRI AIN APPEAL Bring a gift of nned food or cash for the Food r Britail Appeal, to whiilic the pr ceeds of t Afternoon 1wfill be givei. AFTE OON A 2/ ,.' . . .... . MRS. G. YOUNG;", ',,,.,'"": " , Hon. Seci'etarY. FOR SALE-0O dinifng room suite, 6 chairs, t le'and sideboar4; 11 couch, douer iro9l bedstead.-Ap ply this Office. J ,':: GERRINGONG CRICKET CLUB PREMIE HIP BALL Frida ,'25 h July. NICHOLL'S O 1TcIESTRA * Full Particul rs Later ATHOL 1NOBLE,;': / .Hon. Sec. SR.S S.AI.L.A. SER R I N GO NG SUB-BRANC H ; NZAC Day C mmin tion Ser 'vice will b eeld in the School of Arts 'on, SjNDAY NEXT, 20th APRIL, at..?O p.m.n when the ad dress,'will be giveni, by Rev. G....
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947
COMING EVENTS April23rd-1ed Cross Ball, Al. Park May 2nd-R.S.L. Ball, Jamberoo May 9-Cath. E.P. & Dance, Al. Park May 9th: C.W.A. Jubilee Ball, Kiama May 23rd-Band Ball, Kiama. July 4-Red Cross Ball, Jamberoo. July 24-Meth. Tea Box Aftn'n, Ki. July 11-Cricketers Prem. Ball,'Ki. July 25-Cricket Prem. Ball,,G'gong. June 27-C.W.A. Ball, Gerringong Sept. 18th-Meth. Spring Fair, J'roo
AMALGAMATION PROPOSALS Deputation After Elections [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947
AMALGAMATION PROPOSALS Deputation After Elections' "I regret it does not seem possible for me to be able to receive the deputation because? ,of my Election C'ampaig?i' coliumittments, but I sug gest that the Council submit its case in writing, when the matter will receive my attention,'' writes the Minister for Public Wdi'ks, Mr. Cahill, to the State Member, Mr. Jack G. Beale, M.L.A.' Mr. Beale had- made a request to/ the Minister 'that he receive a dep utat4on comprising delegates of a number of South Coast Councils to discuss amialgamation proposals by the Nowra Municipal Council, and, in general, ..amalgamation proposals affecting the area from Shellharbour to Ulladulla Municipality inclusive.